How Belichickian would that be — to grab Revis after one stint as an ex-Jet, win a Super Bowl, turn him loose for the Jets to grab again, see him flop in New York, then grab him off their scrap heap again to torment them? Especially with the Jets picking up part of the tab.
Going back to New England likely would stir up Revis’ juices one more time. Plus, while they’ve signed Stephon Gilmore, they’ve lost Logan Ryan and could move Malcolm Butler. This needs to happen, really.
Noah Syndergaard has been told not to resume throwing for six weeks.
The Mets’ ace thought he was going to be fine after skipping a start with some arm soreness, but five runs in an inning and a third, and six days later, Thor is now a candidate to go to the 60-day disabled list.
After skipping his start April 27, the Mets considered getting an MRI for the Texas native and former supplemental first round pick, but the 6-6 behemoth wanted to go Sunday. He wasn’t ready. After the start it was found he had a partial lat tear and that he had to be shut down.
We don’t know when he’ll be back, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said in an interview with reporters Saturday.
Now Syndergaard is being told by doctors to wait at least six weeks before throwing again, and that he will need to take additional time building back up to pitching strength.